Inspiration comes in forms and packages, and sometimes at places which may just pass our eyes and imagination. For Kimone Myers, it struck in one of the many trips to the craft market in Colombia, the designs of the crafts and jewellery whipped her imagination.
Jamaica has a rich history, as we celebrate 50 years of Independence, we take a look back at how we got here. With the kind assistance of the Institute of Jamaica, 'Objects from our Past' will highlight a total of 50 objects which are part of the Institute of Jamaica's collection.
On Friday, June 8, Bookophilia hosted the launch of the newest Caribbean art book, Pictures from Paradise: A Survey of Contemporary Caribbean Photography.
STREAMING: Volume 1; #Social Media, Mobile Lifestyles, written by Dr Marcia Forbes, artfully combines relevant and often- humorous short stories to explain and support her research findings about what youths do online. Here, 'online' refers to the Internet and cellphones.
I hate my job. I especially hate my boss. As I cowered in the corner of the ledge, I ignored all the shouts behind me. My life was over and it was entirely my boss's fault. He had made my life an endless stream of misery. I can still remember that day when I met him for the first time.
In his youth, going to the beach was always a thrill for Barrington. It wasn't so much of the sun, sea and sand, but the fascinating sea creatures, spider crabs, soldier crabs, sea urchins, starfish, molluscs of various sizes and shades pasted to jagged rocks.
Millicent Lynch emptied her soul for literary lovers two Wednesdays ago in a way, she said, she has never done before.
Sleep! The Siren of my deepest desires!/She calls me by day, but mostly at nights,/The subtle, gentle undertone of her voice,/Plays the rhythm to which my feet have no choice,
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